1 Jane Lydia Allard, my ggg grand aunt, was probably born about 1804 in VT. She died prob 1867 in Vernon County, WI and was buried in Sugar Grove Cemetery, Crawford/Vernon Counties, WI.
Jane married (1) John Aikins, son of Robert Aikins and Mary Aettaburn, on 25 Mar 1824 in Morgan County, OH. John died 1846/1847 in Morgan County, OH.
They had the following children:
2 Nancy Aikins was born about 1826 in OH.
Nancy married George Spurrier on 25 Dec 1845 in Morgan County, OH. George was born about 1825 in OH.
3 Sarah Jane Aikins.
Sarah married George Dennis on 12 Nov 1846 in Morgan County, OH.
4 Daniel Aikins was born about 1832 in OH.
Daniel married Anna Williams on 3 Mar 1853 in Morgan County, OH.
5 Almira Aikins was born about 1835 in OH.
Almira married John Newman, son of Joseph Newman , on 3 Apr 1851 in Morgan County, OH.
6 George W. Aikins was born about 1838 in OH.
7 Charles Aikins was born about 1841 in OH. He died 1906 and was buried in Sugar Grove Cemetery, Crawford/Vernon Counties, WI.
8 Eli Aikins was born about 1844 in OH.
9 William H. Aikins was born about 1846 in OH. He died 1909 and was buried in Sugar Grove Cemetery, Crawford/Vernon Counties, WI.
Jane also married (2) George W NewmanJr, son of George W Newmanand Susannah Jane Powell, on 14 Dec 1852 in Morgan County, OH. George was born 1826.
Chris, of posted 4 July 2001 on the Allard GenForum # 732, that a Jane Lydia Allard was the sibling of the Allards that married Oliver siblings (who were from Deerfield Twp, Morgan County, OH), children of Johnathan Allard's son Daniel and Mercy Bickford.
Judy of has posted on her Hammond & Bowman Genealogies on WorldConnet (updated Apr 2002) of a Jane Lydia Allard, a child of Shadrack Allard and Mary 'Polly' Libby, Shedrick living in Deerfield Twp, Morgan County, Ohio in 1830.
It is reported that a Daniel Allard, who married Susanna Swopes, was born in 1821 in Morgan County, and later moved to Henry County, Illinois, as did many of my Aikins relatives.
A Daniel Allard household is recorded in Deerfield Twp, Morgan County, in the 1820 Census; 1 male under ten, 1 male 45 and over; 3 females 10-16, 1 female 45 and over; 1 in agriculture.
Does anyone offer a reference wherein these Morgan County Allards are sorted and identified? Are there indeed at least 5 separate Allard families in Morgan County during the 1820's? More than five?
And, can anyone offer positive identification of "my" Jane Lydia Allard?